Today on Q, writer, provocateur and anti-theist Christopher Hitchens questioned what he calls the "vague pre-Christian desert morality" of the Ten Commandments, which he says, show every sign of being invented by a "Bronze Age demagogue." That divine top-ten list from the Old Testament has shaped laws, institutions and ethical beliefs for millennia - and remained the focal point of cultural and religious conflict. How relevant are those moral standards today? Do you think the Ten Commandments should be updated?
What would you add or subtract from the list?